Ball Bearings

Ball bearings, sometimes referred to as conrad bearings, are a multi-component machine element that allows relative motion between adjoining parts or surfaces. A ball bearing assembly consists of precision balls that act as a rolling element secured by a cage between two cones known as races. One race is held stationary while the other spins allowing for relative motion to take place.

  • Provides higher load capacities than plain bearings
  • Sealed ball bearings do not require regular grease or oil maintenance
  • Offered in a range of Imperial and Metric sizes
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